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$20k+ a month in sales on Ebay with ONE ITEM !! HOW ??

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This ebay seller sells $20k+ per month only selling ONE ITEM!! LINK to his Ebay Store- http://stores.ebay.com/texretails Thanks for checking out my channel. Make sure to subscribe!! For 1 on 1 coaching Pricing & Availability Email me: Rockstarflipper @Gmail.com JOIN THE FREE FACEBOOK RESELLER GROUP- (questions answered 24/7 from members) https://www.facebook.com/groups/689595301181796/ VIP (paid) Facebook Group- https://www.facebook.com/groups/263997070772761/ *Ebay/Amazon Equipment Photo Lighting Kit- http://amzn.to/2mEdSQq Female Mannequin- http://amzn.to/2uEnCxS Male Mannequin- http://amzn.to/2slaFIw Photo Background- http://amzn.to/2xCBnBD Shipping Tape Gun- http://amzn.to/2s7rc6f Poly Mailers - http://amzn.to/2iVae2t Bubble Mailers - http://amzn.to/2iVcUgt Thermal Printer- http://amzn.to/2mqkhST Ebay/Amazon Scale- http://amzn.to/2hIF2r2 Video Game Cleaner- http://amzn.to/2jD08Iy *Youtube Equipment: Microphone (Blue Yeti Blackout)- http://amzn.to/2sAHTaU Microphone Pop Filter- http://amzn.to/2tKN6NU Logitech Webcam - http://amzn.to/2iZcLc7 Canon G7X II Vlog Camera- http://amzn.to/2ujOgwH Memory Card- http://amzn.to/2xBPDdD Flexi Tripod- http://amzn.to/2xBmuiL Back Up battery canon G7X- http://amzn.to/2wQ1cPG MacBook Pro- http://amzn.to/2xCaUEn (Disclosure, these are amazon affiliate links & I do get paid a small commission if you purchase using them) *My EBAY STORE- https://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200-19255-0/1?icep_id=114&ipn=icep&toolid=20004&campid=5338069183&mpre=http%3A%2F%2Fstores.ebay.com%2FTheElectronixZone1 *Our personal Vlog Adventure channel- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYDfKwFzkHmnTfkHe_G8QcA *FOLLOW ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Facebook.com/Rockstarflipper Instagram.com/Rockstarflipper Twitter.com/Rockstarflipper
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eat therich (1 month ago)
i got this idea on how to make the lottery work much better than the way its done now .this includes the power ball and mega millions ,instead of one or two super lucky people winning all the money!!! how about 100 winners on each lotto twice a week thats 400 winners a week the prizes would be 50,000 each with no tax taken out 50,000x100 =5,000,000 from each lotto . thats a drop in the bucket of both lottos.if you think about it, would it not be better to win 50.000 tax free and actually have a way better chance at winning than to keep the old system where the odds are astronomical if not impossible.50,000 dollars is life changing money for most people.plus with 400 winners a week it would definately have an impact on the economy of most cities and towns .thats a 10,000.000 dollar stimulus twice a week or 80,000,000 a month!!!!!!!!!!! across the country!!!!!!!!!! to implement this mathematically the lottos computers would pick wiinners on a first hit basis.spread the word and lets make this happen and to the math geniuses who think it cant be done ,with todays tech any thing is possible.also there would plenty of money left for all the projects that the lotto serves .probably a lot more!!!!!!!!!lotto fever would spread faster than any old lotto system we have ever had .odds would be highly improved. think about it 400 winners a week we all woud get luckier ! any further suggestions encouraged but for the sake of simplicity the simpler the better .thank you!lets do this and spread the word!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!think of the impact on everyday people in this country it would be incredible!!!!if you think the pots are high now imagine how many more people would play .this can and needs to be done!!!!!!!!!!all the extra money generated would help police,fire dept.,teachers,roads, health care,infrastructure,i mean every body bitches about taxes you may not know it but the lotteries are a form of tax, so why not get something out of it!!!!!
ayman2b (2 months ago)
this guy is a god..
Arlene Liechty (4 months ago)
How does he keep track of 22,000 items. How much room does that take. I see he has an inventory code but still. Does he roll and package individually for storage so they are ready to ship. Or hang or put in bins till they sell. I’ve had up to 600 items but can’t imagine tracking 10x 20x or 30x.
Jordan Flack (4 months ago)
That is a LOT of work for that $ hopefully he can bank most of the profit & find a way to make passive income with that kind of revenue.
HerthasPT (6 months ago)
This is great, but it doesnt mean he only have that store... Imagine if he sells more stuff, pretty much in the same way. :)
How to Paint Plein Air (6 months ago)
Thanks. Great video as I am contemplating reselling ties. Wow.
Damon Garabedian (7 months ago)
where are you getting neck ties for a quarter?
Derek Ferguson (4 months ago)
@Damon Garabedian Goodwill bins, clothes by the pound.
james townsend (9 months ago)
Incredible, really cool niche too imo!
How do you clean the ties before you sell them?
Jonathan Nelson (11 months ago)
did he acquire all of these from a liquidator? if so, thats brilliant. do you have a liquidator link?
Scanwin (1 year ago)
When I buy from the goodwill bins, I'd say 1 in 5 are in rough condition. I noticed the last one shown was pretty rough and sold, have you noticed these bad ones are moving?
Bruceann Yellowega (1 year ago)
How does he know how much to sell each tie for ? I know he has lots of experience, but still, he has some from the same label but different prices. 🤔 I haven't started reselling yet and I live in an area where there are several thrift stores. Goodwill sells ties for 3-4 dollars and savers sells them for more then that. Where does one get ties for less than a dollar? Also does he and you do anything to the ties to clean, or take wrinkles out. The very last tie in this video looks wrinkled. As always, thanks for sharing.🤗🤗🤗
Lane LeFevre (1 year ago)
top 10 tie sellers over the coarse of 1 year Show Individual Transactions Title Format Bids Men Classic Satin Bowtie Necktie Bow Tie Tuxedo Wedding Party Fashion AdjustableItem ID: 281902590978Seller: h***1 There are no unsold listings for your search. Note that unsold listings are available from 08/18/2017 to 11/16/2017. Sales, Volume and Price Trends Total Revenue Total SalesTotal Sales Items SoldItems Sold Top 10 Sellers Market Share Competing Sellers r***g 16,794 $0.45 $15.76 $257,617.02 p***c 17,356 $0.82 $14.43 $228,081.71 l***f 5,372 $2.27 $39.75 $213,558.20 l***3 32,836 $0.06 $5.12 $167,601.78 h***x 19,557 $3.00 $8.38 $163,946.97 h***1 31,229 $0.04 $5.14 $161,049.42 s***g 11,217 $1.34 $13.51 $151,754.00 z***7 11,317 $1.68 $13.02 $144,278.49 b***o 13,386 $6.82 $10.58 $141,663.00 t***l 1,333 $1.94 $87.54 $116,586.37
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
Yeah Hanntex KILLS it on ties.. absolutely unreal with 24k active listings.
Lane LeFevre (1 year ago)
looks like he ranks #5 in top 10 see h***x
Lane LeFevre (1 year ago)
Fascinating perfection of selling 1 thing. Makes me think of henry ford and cars
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
Yeah he zoned in and killed it. Could you imagine selling 100-150 daily of the same item
Profit With Dre (1 year ago)
Not just any ties he is selling silk ties
Profit With Dre (1 year ago)
RockstarFlipper looks like majority is silk
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
He sells non silk ties also
radwizard (1 year ago)
Here comes his competition! People are going to set up necktie stores! lol
Dude Ubering (1 year ago)
letters and numbers @ end of listing are HTML color code...
sFGilly (1 year ago)
Where would these generally be sourced? thrift stores?
Crystal Halliwell (1 year ago)
I like doing kids clothes, but I wonder if I should niche down to baby- 6x as the sourcing cost is less, the weight is less and picture taking could be slightly more standardized.
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
I always hear successful clothing people for kids do lots... like lot of 4 pieces or 6 pieces.. or bigger lots sometimes.. they take the very special or designer pieces and sell as separates OR they sell outfits
Joewins (1 year ago)
How do you just sell one product, and have 22,000 listing?
itzamia (1 year ago)
This is just a guess but I would say he has 22,000 ties. Not sure how he keeps up with all those orders with just himself and one person.
ReRun Sales (1 year ago)
This guy also sells bulk ties on Liquidation websites. I have bought from him before. He is getting these ties for 10 cents a piece or less.
Mark Paul (1 year ago)
I have access to clean like new ties for 0.05 each. We purchased 500 last year and sold almost all of them but it took 8-10 months to move the majority. His niche is a good one but ties are extremely slow sellers unless you have top name brands. We priced 100s at 4.95 each and still took month to sell. He has to be driving traffic in some manner to do that well. Good for him!
RedWagon (1 year ago)
A few weeks ago I went to a yard sale of a storage auction guy that was cleaning out his excess. I bought a large bin of ties for $75. Good brands, most like new. After sorting, I ended up with 250, so avg .30 each. This is what you do when you're 3 hours from the closest Bins. :) If I'd went there first instead of last I'd have been done for the day. He had so much stuff, I ran out of money. But a made a connection for the future.
irSteven (1 year ago)
I'm kinda doing something similar. I'm slowly getting into more clothing and I started with men's polos and dress shirts. Those two are the main things I source. I'm trying to increase my inventory of those so my sales pick up.
1972myc (1 year ago)
I have never sold, not even one of my ties. Two years listing and not one tie sales.
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
How many ties? right brands and pricing? I sell 2-3 per day some days
Kelly (1 year ago)
Great Video Casey!
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
Thanks a million Kelly!! really appreciate all your support over many months
rae sunnyshine (1 year ago)
WOW That's amazing!!
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
Yeah he does an amazing job
Maulfair E (1 year ago)
I just wanna say I'm in the eighth grade and by watching these videos I made a fortune of of your videos I started three years ago going to the thrift store bins and learing all the new brands and have proboly made close to 5 grand in the last two years! I love doing my favorite brands to sell are Lululemon under Armour Victoria's Secret lacoste Woolrich and I lot others I know my stuff thank you!
TheOne (6 months ago)
By the time you’re 21 you will definitely be a millionaire. Keep it up
Kelly (1 year ago)
Ethan Maulfair congrats and hats off too you. Follow your Dreams Sweetie! Amazing story-I’m impressed as a mom of a almost 29 yr old who’s come along way with her achievements. And I’m Very proud of her. She grad early jumped into college & followed her Dreams and Succeed! Best Wishes to you!
Maulfair E (1 year ago)
RockstarFlipper yup I just sold a 35$ north face jacket as I was reading your comment your good luck !😂
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
Thats incredible that someone your age can do it!! I hope everyone else reads this thats awesome. Congrats
Clover Connections (1 year ago)
Even though it took you five minutes to mention the product (great if you are trying to sell MLM ;) ) Great content! Inspiring
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
Thanks so much! sorry it took so long but I had to describe the guys account
CoffeeMed (1 year ago)
Bottom of outlet boxes. That is all. NO ONE cares about ties. Fellow Shoppers would actually save them for me.
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
Yeah NOONE takes them usually. I get a ton anytime I want.. I can go to my places 5 days in a row and stay all day and probably come home with 300-500 ties in a week
Noelle Larsen (1 year ago)
Very interesting! Thanks for sharing this!
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
Your welcome!! thanks for watching
Sidlow (1 year ago)
Great video!
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
Thanks so much I really appreciate the support
Brenda Robinson (1 year ago)
So, is he getting these ties from the bins?
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
NO IDEA... I mean at the cost I quoted yes it would be bins... but he could have a bulk supplier, or a thrift store local that gets tons.. he could be sourcing from multiple places or just 1. I doubt just 1. I get ALOT of ties and I doubt I could source 2-3k a month from JUST bins
autumn grace (1 year ago)
Awesome video !!!RSF...Thanks for sharing,,,
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
Your always welcome, thanks for watching
LiS Wright (1 year ago)
according to marketplace pulse, 88% of ebay sales are Fixed price.
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
NOT surprised at all. not many auctions much any more like back in the old days
LiS Wright (1 year ago)
Do you know where he gets his ties from? He must have a pipeline to the manufacturers or maybe liquidators? It amazes me that ties are still selling. When I get on the transit/bus to go to work, I see more men wearing polo shirts, pullovers, very few if any dress shirts. Do ties wear out that fast?
Christina Routon (1 year ago)
And my ties have done nothing...I wonder if it's because he has so many.
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
Nicholas it means the brands, prices you have are not correct.
Nicholas Nietzsche (1 year ago)
I can't sell a tie to save my life. Don't bother with them any more.
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
he has a lot of repeat business from people that learn he's the guy to go to
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
It has to do with quant yes, and pricing, brands etc
Faye Roberson (1 year ago)
That is so cool!!! I really like that concept a lot!!!!
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
Its a very interesting way to do business no doubt
irSteven (1 year ago)
Holy Moly!
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
Words I said the first time I found him lol
Ali Easym (1 year ago)
Who wears ties anymore? Lol I didn't think ties were profitable I always see them at the bins but never pick them up...maybe I should
rae sunnyshine (1 year ago)
Some people make Quilts and things from Neckties, if you get time to google Quilts made from Neckties, you can see some beautiful Quilts and things handmade.
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
ALOT of people have to for work, and for events.. Tons of people collect them, wear them as a novelty, and some crafters use them for the material and designs
Joshua Lara (1 year ago)
This is exactly what I do. Not at his level but I’m working my way to 5k listing by the end of the year
Joshua Lara (1 year ago)
RockstarFlipper ties.
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
On ties? or something else?
Joe Peoples (1 year ago)
I listed 35 ties today and remembered you mentioning this guy in a past vid. Glad you made a full vid about it. It's pretty interesting.
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
Yeah his business and store is very interesting to look at. I Knew people would like seeing it
Steph Hoovler (1 year ago)
I see these things and think ties will sell, I understand you're not saying just ties here... But I've had ties for a year - great brands, beautiful colors, some new with tags even... Down to $6 free ship and they don't sell. I'm top rated plus 100% feedback fast n' free. I want to be motivated by this because it sounds amazing but it just feels unrealistic sometimes.
CC Naegele (1 year ago)
Try Etsy maybe? I'd loooove to make a tie quilt!! Sell them as quilt/craft supplies
Trainers stash (1 year ago)
Steph Hoovler bulk them together and sell them in lots.
Billman (1 year ago)
What does he ship the ties in? I roll them,wrap in tissue, then put in a small box, but i had boxes already. If I had to buy small boxes that would mean higher shipping costs. How does he afford it on only $2.60 shipping.
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
+Billman 1st class Usps. 4oz or less is $2.61 and 8oz or less is $2.77. According to his listings they go in a plastic sleeve. Into the poly mailer and out the door
RVA Flips (1 year ago)
I wonder how he authenticates - I know for many of us that is a bit of a nightmare at times. Had a bad issue with a pair of Citizens of Humanity jeans found at Goodwill Retail.
Sidlow (1 year ago)
RockstarFlipper that reminds me, on Tommy Bahama shirts have you ever run across a fake one? I check for extra buttons and sometimes dont find them but that doesn't necessariy mean they haven't used one. Any experience with those shirts? Thanks
RVA Flips (1 year ago)
Thanks for the response Casey. It's a shame we as resellers have to become semi-experts in all brands due to the dishonesty of the counterfeit market...keeps things interesting I suppose! Have a great Halloween!
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
+VAResale Hustler lots of experience. And most ties arnt fake. Some, a few Iv gotten but they are easy to tell. Not cut right, bad logos or tags etc
artilectium 2 (1 year ago)
Is it worth getting a store if you flip a lot of random items? I am doing this full time but I don't know the benefits of getting a store. Been using auctions a lot as I flip a lot of vintage antique items from estate sales.
RockstarFlipper (1 year ago)
+Matt Kruse dosnt matter what you Flip. Store makes financial sense after 40 items because it’s cheaper to list then. It having one. And the other perks are just bonuses
Svetlana Wenzell (1 year ago)
simple and smart
Sheena Varghese (1 year ago)
Sorry if you covered this before but when you mention shipping for about $3, are you doing ground shipping?
Ahmad Yassin (1 year ago)
Sheena Varghese USPS first class shipping costs $2.61 for a tie
Joshua Lara (1 year ago)
First class for anything under 4 oz. ships out at $2.61
Kathy (1 year ago)
Sheena Varghese First class shipping for 4oz or under is $2.61 if you purchase through ebay.
RVA Flips (1 year ago)
Good Afternoon - For the sake of this video, I believe the shipping option being selected is USPS first class which, based on the average weight of a tie plus packing materials comes out to right at or under 4oz. which ships for 2.61 with ebay/top rated shipping discounts. Hope this helps!
Melissa Frances (1 year ago)
amazing serious food for thought - thanks
Hayseed (1 year ago)
That is a great business model. Cost is low , inventory footprint is small , and volume is stable. I love ties , wish i had them all ! I can't get ties in my area , all the thrift stores charge $ 6.00 a tie. Can't wait to get out of here in the spring.
CC Naegele (1 year ago)
Sunshine Diggers I also love ties, my area all are $1. Where on earth do you live? I don't wanna be shopping there. Best of luck on your move!
Josh Jenkins (1 year ago)
I have bought ties in bulk from this guy.
James Pace (1 year ago)
If i did this and not have also my job ties fast flip like this is a good way to go. You can list ties soo fast because they list fast.
Sh3n Review (1 year ago)
How does he get tie for such a low price? Where does he buy them?
Billman (1 year ago)
Goodwill outlet, pay by pound
Froggy Frog 9000 (1 year ago)
must have a good supply of ties!
Willie (1 year ago)
How could you possibly source that many ties? I went into a salvation army last Saturday and they had maybe 15 - most were stained.
Mark Paul (1 year ago)
You can buy them wholesale in hug bulk lots. He is not thrifting for them.
Julia RO (1 year ago)
So, is he sourcing mostly from Goodwill Outlet BINS or where? Thanks for sharing.
Murray Zuckerman (1 year ago)
Selling postcards on Ebay is similar as you need a base inventory of about 8,000 PCs My daughter who has a full-time job has about 14,000 listed & is a solo operation.
Chicago Crown Hustler (1 year ago)
How are you sourcing for .10c ea?!
Billman (1 year ago)
Buy bulk at a Goodwill Outlet where you pay by the pound.

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